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City-lit Berlin 30 Page Version

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Published by Malcolm Burgess
To tie-in with the 20th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall ‘An inviting new series of travel guides which collects some of the best writing on European cities to give a real flavour of the place.’ Editor’s Pick, The Bookseller
city-lit Berlin
Introduced by Rory MacLean, author of Stalin’s Nose.
Edited by Heather Reyes and Katy Derbyshire
Berlin has to be Europe’s most dazzling and haunting city whose excitement and edge has always attracted the most fascinating writers. To tie-in with the 20th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall, city-lit Berlin offers a unique way to get under the skin of the city, as
* David Bowie recalls his legendary Berlin years * Christopher Isherwood takes us to the cabaret * Ian McEwan tells a tale of two cities * Tobias Rapp can’t get enough clubbing * Chloe Aridjis takes the train around Berlin * Christabel Bielenberg tells us why she won’t live anywhere else * David Hare wonders what makes the city tick * Anna Funder remembers Stasiland * Emmi Sevgi Ozdamar takes refuge in Berlin *Simon Cole runs around the Wall * Martha Gellhorn knows why it has to be Berlin * Joseph Roth enjoys some Jewish entertainment * Marlene Dietrich receives a graveside homage * David Hare wonders what makes the city tick * John Simpson sees the Wall come down… plus over sixty other extraordinary writers, including many newly translated voices.
city-lit Berlin will be launched at London’s Goethe Institute. It is the latest in the city-lit series following Paris and London - ‘an impressive little series’ (Sunday Telegraph), ‘Brilliant, the best way to get under a city’s skin (Kate Mosse)
Rory MacLean, bestselling author of Stalin’s Nose and Magic Bus and Berlin resident, has written the introduction to the title. He is also a well-known journalist and broadcaster

city-lit Berlin is published by Oxygen Books, £8.99 paperback, 5 November 2009
www.oxygenbooks.co.uk; http://thecity-litcafe.typepad.com
To tie-in with the 20th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall ‘An inviting new series of travel guides which collects some of the best writing on European cities to give a real flavour of the place.’ Editor’s Pick, The Bookseller
city-lit Berlin
Introduced by Rory MacLean, author of Stalin’s Nose.
Edited by Heather Reyes and Katy Derbyshire
Berlin has to be Europe’s most dazzling and haunting city whose excitement and edge has always attracted the most fascinating writers. To tie-in with the 20th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall, city-lit Berlin offers a unique way to get under the skin of the city, as
* David Bowie recalls his legendary Berlin years * Christopher Isherwood takes us to the cabaret * Ian McEwan tells a tale of two cities * Tobias Rapp can’t get enough clubbing * Chloe Aridjis takes the train around Berlin * Christabel Bielenberg tells us why she won’t live anywhere else * David Hare wonders what makes the city tick * Anna Funder remembers Stasiland * Emmi Sevgi Ozdamar takes refuge in Berlin *Simon Cole runs around the Wall * Martha Gellhorn knows why it has to be Berlin * Joseph Roth enjoys some Jewish entertainment * Marlene Dietrich receives a graveside homage * David Hare wonders what makes the city tick * John Simpson sees the Wall come down… plus over sixty other extraordinary writers, including many newly translated voices.
city-lit Berlin will be launched at London’s Goethe Institute. It is the latest in the city-lit series following Paris and London - ‘an impressive little series’ (Sunday Telegraph), ‘Brilliant, the best way to get under a city’s skin (Kate Mosse)
Rory MacLean, bestselling author of Stalin’s Nose and Magic Bus and Berlin resident, has written the introduction to the title. He is also a well-known journalist and broadcaster

city-lit Berlin is published by Oxygen Books, £8.99 paperback, 5 November 2009
www.oxygenbooks.co.uk; http://thecity-litcafe.typepad.com

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Published by: Malcolm Burgess on Aug 17, 2009
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Published by Oxygen Books 2009This selection and commentary copyright © Heather Reyes 2009Copyright Acknowledgements at the end of this volume constitute anextension of this copyright page.All rights reserved.No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system,or transmitted in any form or by any means, without the prior permission inwriting of the publisher, nor be otherwise circulated in any form of binding orcover other than that in which it is published and without a similar conditionincluding this condition being imposed on the subsequent purchaser.A CIP catalogue record for this book is available from the British Library.ISBN 978–0–9559700–4–7Typeset in Sabon by Bookcraft Limited, Stroud, GloucestershirePrinted and bound in India by Imago

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